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Philada 4th Mo. 7th 1855. Dear Cousin      The enclosed Sum of One Thousand Dollars I desire thee to invest in some good Security, for the benefit of thy three Sons, the Interest arising therefrom to be applied towards defraying the expense of their board and clothing till they respectively arrive at the age of twenty one years, at which time one third of the Principal to be paid to each of them as a present from me, and in case one or more of them should die in their minority it is to pass into the hands of the survivors or survivors of them
respectfully thy cousin Jane Clark To John Richardson      N.B. To the above please add the Sum of Five Hundred Dollars, subject to like conditions.
6th Mo. 4th 1855. Jane Clark